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Ashley Easter of The Courage Conference Featured for Her Work

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“How many kids will it take?” Protesters demand Southern Baptists do more to fight sex abuse. Read More

Akilah Institute Featured in Boston Globe Article

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In the aftermath of genocide, Rwanda’s women have transformed the country. Read More

Grassroots Soccer Highlighted in Interview with the Executive Director of UN Women, with FIFA

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Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka is United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women. After speaking at the FIFA’s Women’s Football Convention, she told us about the importance of females in football, the game’s effect on the advancement of women, and what needs to be done to achieve gender equality. Read More

Train with Still Harbor: Group Facilitation Immersion

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Learn to facilitate group dialog and connection using spiritual wisdom and contemplative practices. Read More

Train with Still Harbor: Spiritual Direction Practicum

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Learn to spiritually accompany those engaged in justice and peace efforts through ancient practices of deep listening. Open to emerging spiritual leaders from any and all traditions or practices. Read More

You are Invited! Brave Girl Rising: Screening & Discussion on June 20

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In honor of World Refugee Day, join us for a special screening of Girl Rising’s powerful new film, Brave Girl Rising. Made in collaboration with Citi, HP and the International Rescue Committee and filmed in one of the largest refugee camps in the world, Brave Girl Rising tells the story of how a courageous girl, inspired by the magical dreams of her mother and the sisterhood of her friends, succeeds in getting the education she deserves. Read More

“I am convinced that our daughters can contribute just as much to society as our sons. Our common prosperity will be advanced by allowing all humanity - men and women - to reach their full potential.”
Barack Obama